Video: Evading Responsibility Again, Trudeau Tries Blaming Border Crisis On Harper Government

Despite the fact that government documents revealed Trudeau’s irresponsible tweet led to a huge surge in illegal border crossings, Justin Trudeau is once again trying to blame everything on the Harper government.

Refusing to take responsibility for anything has become one of the hallmarks of Justin Trudeau’s time in office.

The more the scandals pile up, and the more he feels under pressure, the more Trudeau blames things on others.

Now, he’s even trying to blame the escalating illegal border crossing crisis on the previous Harper government.

When he was challenged by Andrew Scheer in Question Period on the border crisis, Trudeau tried deflecting blame by saying the Harper government spent less money on the border than he did.

Trudeau is ignoring the fact that more spending isn’t always a good thing. He’s also ignoring the fact that a strong border is in large part a psychological thing, since the perception of tough border laws that are actually being enforced will stop many people from even trying to cross illegally, whereas an approach that is weak and refuses to respect the border (Trudeau’s approach), will encourage more and more people to cross illegally regardless of whether there is more ‘spending’ or not.

Trudeau has repeatedly sent a message that crossing the border illegally will be rewarded. Illegal border crossers get work permits, welfare, and now Trudeau is helping bring to their ‘preferred’ destination at taxpayer expense.

And yet, he still tries blaming the Conservatives. His lack of taking responsibility shows weakness and desperation, and it’s an embarrassment.

Watch the Scheer-Trudeau exchange over the border crisis below:

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Bruce

I want a poll! Is anyone besides the certifiably insane buying Trudeau’s ‘blame it on Harper’ routine?
It terrifies me that the traitor will get votes in the Maritimes, Quebec, Rosedale and Vancouver Center.

Chris vrecko

No, not buying it for a second.

Ron Voss

What a ship of fools sitting behind him in the House of Commons.

Sandra Williston

Trudeau constantly displays the behaviour of a 5 year old child who blames everyone else for his faults, even when caught red handed. He constantly insults Canadians’ intelligence, as we all know that HE personally caused this huge influx of illegal migration into Canada. Trudeau is the ONLY Prime Minister in HISTORY who has not only INVITED but ENCOURGAED migrants to break our immigration laws, and with an iron-clad promise to reward them when they did. He even sweetened the pot by providing federal law enforcement officers to aid and abet their illegal entry. At taxpayers expense, he provided food,… Read more »

Diane Edwards Anger

Responsibility is like a bad rash to Trudeau, he cannot stand it. All he does is deflect, deflect, deflect, never has he made a straight answer to a straight question.
Wait he did, but only a few times and it sounds like, “Hum, and aw, and aw, hum, …. “

Kevin F.

Trudeau let it slip that his generous, refugee welcoming policy is due to Canada’s “international commitments”. Trudeau holds these international commitments in higher regard than his commitment to Canada. This influx of refugees has already brought Quebec to the breaking point. Andrew Scheer’s line of questioning is effective in exposing the Liberals, but are enough Canadians tuning in to see question period? Too many Canadians appear to be unaware of Trudeau’s efforts to drastically increase Canada’s immigration levels beyond our capacity to absorb them.

Kenster

Canada’s ego driven narcissist seems to be obsessed with blaming all his shortcomings on Mr. Harper. Fact is though, for all his feeble attempts to discredit Mr.Harper,
Mr. Harper remains a far superior leader and intellect, that many Canadians now wish was still here.